Joe D’Amico of aasiwins.com breaks down Week 1 of the NFL season.
Giorgio Tavecchio’s shot finally has arrived. It comes at the expense of the longest-tenured player in Raiders history.
Bill Bradley and Paul Kuharsky discuss the Raiders upcoming game against the Tennessee Titans, including what the Titans expectations are this season and what matchups could be key for both teams on Sunday.
Most believe you shouldn’t look back to move forward, and perhaps that’s shrewd counsel for the Raiders as another NFL season arrives.
Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio has a “real gift” in building his team’s confidence, quarterback Derek Carr said.
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A look at the Raiders’ season opener Sunday at the Tennessee Titans.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney previews his upcoming feature on what similarities Nashville has to Las Vegas
Heavy action at William Hill sports books on Oakland to win the Super Bowl has driven its odds down from 22-1 to 7-1, which is the second choice behind the New England Patriots (11-4).
Don’t be surprised if three teams come out of the AFC West to make the playoffs. But the one with the weakest defense — the Raiders — should come out on top.
Sebastian Janikowski began the week dealing with a back injury. The Raiders’ concern level was enough to work out three kickers Monday.
Gareon Conley is listed as questionable before Raiders opener against Tennessee Titans after week of limited practice
Khalil Mack returns to practice ahead of the Raiders game against Tennessee.
Marquel Lee will make his first NFL start on Sunday. And what a time for it.
Tennessee, which posted a 9-7 record in 2016, improved its roster via the draft and free agency, making Sunday’s Titans-Raiders game one of the better matchups of Week 1.
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss how the Raiders had a different tone at practice today as well as some potential injury news concerning Khalil Mack.